I saw that Gwinnett is trying to get people back out playing LP. If you're bored with the layout dont be bored with the land. With less traffic on the course its easier to play Safari and LP is the perfect place to do it. Theres tons of options but here's an example lay out thats not bad.
Hole 1 Tee to 17 bskt (probably the riskiest hole on the layout, you have to wait for no walkers on the path for this one)
Hole 2 Long Tee to 3 bskt - Par 4
Hole 4 Same hole but double mando between the trees (normal mando but on opposite side of tree)
Next Tee is straight back from 5s tee, now teeing from walking path (long with a low ceiling before it goes downhill)
Hole 6 Tee to 7 bskt - Par 4
Hole 8 Tee to 12 bskt- Par 4
Hole 13 Tee to 15 bskt- Gold level Par4 (playing to 14 bskt is also a good, much easier par 4)
and the best hole in GA........
Hole 16 Tee to 18 bskt-Gold Level Par 5 and disc eater. An uphill Tee through the tightest gap at LP, across 17 and over the lake, then back up the hill. The only way to birdie is to get your 2nd shot over the lake, and its still not easy when you do. I've gotten a 4 on it twice out of around 25 times.
If I go to LP by myself i generally play the normal first 8 holes and then play those last two safari holes
ps-I am really bored right now if you cant tell